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  • Andrew Keast

    It was my great pleasure to host Andrew Keast on this week’s Deadly Discussions Podcast. Andrew a Melbourner through and through joins me on the show to discuss how he […]

  • Andy Mcarthy

    Andy Mcarthy, founder of Gippsland Solar joins us on Deadly Discussions to share his journey in the renewables industry. Andy is one of those honest, humble, hard working blokes that […]

  • Liam Ridgeway

    Deadly Discussions is excited to have Liam Ridgeway on the show, Liam is a tech entrepreneur, he was the first ever indigenous employee at Microsoft. A proud descendant of the Gumbaynggirr […]

  • Benny Eggmolesse

    This week on Deadly Discussions I have my distant relation via the South Islander Indigenous connection on the show. Bulla Benny Eggmolesse is a social entrepreneur with a wide range […]

  • Rory Smeaton

    This week we are joined by Rory Smeaton. Rory is Gunai Kurnai Man from Gippsland Victoria. He grew up predominantly away from country in Melbourne City and shares his cultural experiences […]

  • Shantelle Thompson

    This week on Deadly Discussions I am joined by Shantelle Thompson a 3X Jiu-Jitsu World Champion. Shantelle is a proud Barkindji/Ngiyambaa Woman from NW New South Wales, a business owner […]

  • Matthew Fellingham

    This week on Deadly Discussions we are interviewing the creative lighting man himself Matthew Fellingham. Topics range from growing up in Bundeena as an Awabakal man, learnings from his fathers […]

  • Florence Drummond

    I am joined by the lovely Florence Drummond on this week’s Deadly Discussions. We cover Women in mining, being a Dauareb/Wuthathi woman away from the salt water, the challenges for […]

  • Timothy Werner

      This week on Deadly Discussions we have the fortuitous Timothy Werner from Coles sharing his story about overcoming. Tim shares finding out late in life his father was indeed […]

  • Martin Oakley

    Marty Oakley joins me this week on Deadly Discussions. We are discussing growing a social enterprise, communities in Papa New Guinea, time in Japan and the theme of Indigenous people […]